Stop by the eTextile Lounge at Bay Area Maker Faire this weekend!

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Don't forget to come say hello if you're at Maker Faire Bay Area!

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SparkFun is again heading to San Francisco for Maker Faire!

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Couldn't make it to Maker Faire? Check out the video!

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A few photos from Maker Faire and our time lapse video. And, hey, how about a caption contest?

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We're heading to the Big Apple this week!

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A couple of us SparkFun folks made it out to Maker Faire Detroit! Here's some highlights from the experience.

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Officially announcing our return to the Big Apple.

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The Source Show presents Bay Area Maker Faire 2011

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If you missed Maker Faire in San Mateo, this is the video for you.

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Check out our Maker Faire Photos, our Flickr page - and how about a caption contest?

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We're just back from Maker Faire so check out this nice project we saw while we were there.

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Another new product post for the Maker Faire weekend. We also announce the answer to last week's contest.

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So what workshops are we running this year at Maker Faire?

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SparkFun will be in San Mateo on May 21st and 22nd for Maker Faire!

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We made the trip to the Big Apple and wanted to say 'thanks' to all of you who came and saw us!

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A bright offering of new products and a Maker Faire reminder!

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